It looks like you're using an ad blocker. That's cool! We get it : You can support us by sharing this story or following us on Facebook. Talking to Variety about their Grammy nods, keyboardist of the trio Jon George, revealed the band has actually recorded a live album from a previous trip to the Valley Of the Yuccas, which is south of the famed Joshua Tree National Park, known for its natural beauty. No one knows about that just yet, so I guess this is the exclusive on that. But, we loved it so much out there we thought that we need to come back on our next writing trip and set up here for a couple of weeks and really dig into some ideas. Also in the chat Jon touches on albums in a streaming world and dropped some glorious wisdom we can all appreciate;. So we are gonna tell you that if artists want to make albums, we are going to listen to them. At the moment details are pretty thin about the album but if their absolute heart-throbbing catalog is anything to go by, this will be full of the feels.
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The album was preceded by " No Place " as the lead single on 25 May Solace is as inspired by the ambient electro soundscapes of Jon Hopkins and Brian Eno as much as digital pioneers like Giorgio Moroder. But it's also impressive to hear brilliant local talent producing world-class electronic and dance music that still attracts mainstream attention. The lyrics hinge on one central theme of yearning, whether that be for change, company or space. Solace is just enough to get you through to summer. They've furthered their vibrant production by exploring a darker side of their sound with more emphasis on emotive storytelling and vocal performances. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. CD digital download streaming. Retrieved 9 November Retrieved 7 September
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Music News. Touching down at top tier festival locations such as Electric Forest and Bonnaroo, while simultaneously selling out two nights at The Shrine in Los Angeles in minutes. Solace brings us so much joy.
Asked whether they'd be recording their new work in the same location as their last, the trio responded: "We have a trip out to the Valley Of the Yuccas planned in April for a few weeks. We recorded a live album out there late last year. No one knows about that just yet, so I guess this is the exclusive on that.